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WHL Roundup: Brian Williams, Justin Gutierrez lift Americans over Thunderbirds

Wednesday, 01.23.2013 / 1:14 AM / News

The Canadian Press

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WHL Roundup: Brian Williams, Justin Gutierrez lift Americans over Thunderbirds

Brian Williams and Justin Gutierrez each had two goals in leading the Tri-City Americans to a 5-1 victory Tuesday night over the Seattle Thunderbirds in Western Hockey League action.

Justin Feser stretched his point streak to 10 games, dishing out two assists. Rookie Parker Bowles also had two assists, while Luke Lee-Knight had 26 saves for the Americans (28-17-3).

Lee-Knight, getting his seventh consecutive start, is 5-2-0-0 since Eric Comrie was shelved for the season with a hip injury.

The Thunderbirds (18-27-3), who have lost 16 of 18, got their lone goal from Alexander Delnov on a 5-on-3 power play in the second period.

Brandon Glover and Danny Mumaugh combined for 14 saves in the loss.

Elsewhere in the WHL it was: Saskatoon 4 Brandon 1 and Edmonton 7 Moose Jaw 0.

Blades 4 Wheat Kings 1

At Brandon, Man., Saskatoon (23-20-3) scored three goals in the second period on its way to a victory over the Wheat Kings (17-28-4).

Oil Kings 7 Warriors 0

At Moose Jaw, Sask., Trevor Cheek scored three times and added two assists as Edmonton (32-11-5) crushed the Warriors (14-25-9).

(With files from the Brandon Sun)

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